The 1992 Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents is designed to protect people and the environment against industrial accidents. The Convention aims to prevent accidents from occurring, or to reduce their frequency and severity and to mitigate their effects if required. The Convention also promotes active international cooperation between countries, before, during and after an industrial accident.
- Place published
- Helsinki , Finland
- Date / journal vol no.
- Signed: 17 March 1992 Entered into Force: 19 April 2000